When San Francisco furniture maker Chris Brigham and his wife were forced to renovate their bathroom due to water damage, they chose an unlikely material to fill the space: wood. With the help of designer and builder Fidel Archuleta, the couple chose coastal redwood for its ability to withstand high levels of moisture. The end result is as breathtaking as a walk in the forest.
The use of teak in the shower and on the countertop of this custom raised Silestone sink creates just the right outdoorsy vibe that homeowners James and Candy Sarvis wanted in their Georgia bathroom.
White oak is used throughout this Oregon home, connecting its interiors to the woodsy elements found in the surrounding Southeast Portland area. The light shade of wood complements the spa-like glass penny flooring tiles by Terra Verre and the white Aquaplane sink by Lacava.
For the renovation of his 1927 bungalow in Phoenix’s Coronado Historic District, designer Joel Contreras used wooden panels on the ceiling to frame the view of his master bathroom’s large skylight. The natural wood also adds to the authenticity of the home, which Contreras calls his “half-historic, half-modern,” house.
The ipe walls and concrete floors seen in the bathroom of this desert escape near Palm Springs, California, can be found throughout this Vancouver couple’s vacation home. Inspired by Richard Neutra’s nearby Kaufmann House, the homeowners wanted the modern home to reflect its desert environment.